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Acer Windows 7 Laptop now just £299.99 delivered at eBuyer

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Simple (but not too basic) 15.4" laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium and Wi-Fi Would be great for school or office or maybe as a larger screen alternative to a netbook. Should be easily upgradeable l… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Simple (but not too basic) 15.4" laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium and Wi-Fi
Would be great for school or office or maybe as a larger screen alternative to a netbook. Should be easily upgradeable later if required (unlike netbooks).

Acer Extensa 5230E Laptop,Intel Celeron 900 2.2GHz 1GB RAM 160GB DVD±RW 15.4" TFT, Windows 7 Home Premium
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
It's the standard £300 laptop, not really a deal at all.
#2
A Celeron in a new laptop is like one of the ones they give to the third world!!
#3
Something tells me this one's not for you guys then!

Where else are there Win7 laptops under £300?
banned#4
I reckon they've had these stored in a warehouse for a few years ready to load windows 7 on :)
#5
It's not a great deal - that CPU is a bit ropey and a W7 system should have 2GB really.

Laptops are no more upgradeable than Netbooks really either - you can't upgrade much other than the RAM in most cases.

It's not a bad deal if you really must have a W7 laptop for £300 - a memory upgrade wouldn't be too expensive - but it's not a stellar deal/is a bit low-spec really.
#6
stefor
A Celeron in a new laptop is like one of the ones they give to the third world!!


This is one of those slightly daft comments when you're talking <£350 machines - if the target audience is school/college/web based then the CPU really hardly matters them (in fact the CPU in a laptop hardly matters to most people).

All a more powerful one does is use more battery - which is thus heavier etc. - it's not like a laptop under £800 would play games or anything like that so - maybe ripping DVDs would be painful but otherwise...
#7
therealjohnpeat
This is one of those slightly daft comments when you're talking <£350 machines - if the target audience is school/college/web based then the CPU really hardly matters them (in fact the CPU in a laptop hardly matters to most people).

All a more powerful one does is use more battery - which is thus heavier etc. - it's not like a laptop under £800 would play games or anything like that so - maybe ripping DVDs would be painful but otherwise...


The thing is though, if you spend just a tad more; you'd get a lot more bang for your buck. Eg, I bought a dell studio about 6 months ago for £370. Blows the spec of this out of the water and doesn't cost that much more (2GHz dual core, 320 GB HDD, 4GB RAM, 512MB Gfx card, 6 cell battery). Point is, even if you're just going to use it for office work, etc, it wouldn't hurt if it would load a bit faster and you could store more on the hard drive. :oops:

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